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Man United beat Spurs to reach FA Cup final

By Reuters
22 April 2018   |   10:00 am
Manchester United inflicted yet more FA Cup semi-final misery on Tottenham Hotspur as they recovered from a poor start to win 2-1 at a packed Wembley Stadium on Saturday (April 21).

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